Drudge linked to this piece from the Washington Free Beacon:
Parody Obama Movie Posters Arrive in L.A. for President’s Visit
‘Saving Barack Obama: A Steven Spielberg Ploy’
Movie posters for a spoof entitled “Saving Barack Obama” have hit Los Angeles ahead of the president’s visit to the city.
The posters, which feature President Obama walking into the horizon between a pair of his teleprompters, have appeared on bus stops and benches throughout Los Angeles, including just outside Melrose Avenue, the main entrance to Paramount Pictures.
A parody of Saving Private Ryan the poster says it is “A Steven Spielberg Ploy,” and its tagline reads, “The mission is a fraud.”
The appearance of the artwork coincides with Obama’s visit to Los Angeles on Wednesday to receive a humanitarian award from Spielberg.
So, for all you loyal contest writers out there, here is your mission should you accept it:
Since the poster tagline reads, “The mission is a fraud,” you are instructed to write the second tagline.
Or, you could just caption the entire movie poster.
But, be nice because you would not want to insult anyone in Washington or Hollywood now, would you?